Warwick is located approximately 4.7 km (2.9 miles) to the west of Leamington Spa, 14.5km (9 miles) to the north east of Stratford-upon-Avon, and 17.4 km (10.8 miles) to the south west of Coventry. The site is located approximately 0.48km (0.3 miles) to the west of the A46, providing direct access to Coventry to the north and junction 15 of the M40 to the south., The site is situated to the west of the town centre, where a range of local amenities including a number of schools, Warwick Hospital, shops and restaurants and other local facilities are located. Warwick Parkway railway station is located 1.3 km (0.8 miles) to the west of the site by road, and 0.8 km (0.5 miles) by foot via a canalside path. Warwick Parkway station provides regular direct services to Birmingham Snow Hill, London Marylebone, Leamington Spa and other local stations., The site benefits from Outline Planning Permission for “Demolition of existing building and erection of residential development comprising up to 5 dwellings (with all matters reserved)” which was granted on 23rd December 2015 (Warwick District Council Ref: W/15/1791)., Total site area: approximately 0.05 hectares (0.13 acres), Outline Planning Permission for demolition and erection of 5 dwellings, Unconditional and conditional offers sought, Prime gateway development opportunity which would lend itself to a warehouse style bespoke development, Offers invited in excess of £650,000, The site sits on the Warwick Basin of the Grand Union Canal and previously provided the location for a Customs House in the early 19th century. The site currently comprises an area of hardstanding, a graded bank and two dilapidated semi-detached cottages. Existing highway access is from Budbrooke Road on the eastern boundary of the site. Existing residential dwellings are located off Budbrooke Road to the south east of the site, and off Eastley Crescent to the west of the site. There are a number of mature trees and hedges in close proximity to the site boundary. All boundaries are defined by fencing. The site is roughly rectangular in shape and relatively flat with areas of raised ground towards the boundaries. A grass verge separates the site from the Birmingham Road. The cottage building is located along the western boundary of the site and is currently vacant.